Do Nothing Remind Us To Go Easy On Ourselves In “Uber Allies”

From their upcoming EP ‘Glueland’

Photo: Adrian Vitelleschi Cook

Nottingham band Do Nothing send us a reminder to be easy on ourselves in their latest single “Uber Allies.” The track is taken from their upcoming EP Glueland, which will be out on March 12th. It has that mellow, introspective swagger to it that comforts you immediately as they nudge us to practice the art of self-care. “‘Uber Alles’ was the first song written for the new EP. Musically it takes a more decided, less rough around the edges approach than some of our previous material but lyrically it’s largely about being at ease with yourself, which is often tough to do,” explained vocalist Chris Bailey. Hit play:

Do Nothing will be hitting the road this fall:

23 Sep | The Joiners, Southampton

24 Sep | Boileroom, Guildford

28 Sep | The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

29 Sep | Islington Assembly Hall, London

30 Sep | Rescue Rooms, Nottingham

1 Oct | The Bullingdon, Oxford

2 Oct | Clwb Ifor Bach (Upstairs), Cardiff

4 Oct| The Louisiana, Bristol

5 Oct | The Hare and Hounds, Birmingham

6 Oct | Phase One, Liverpool

7 Oct | Academy 2, Dublin

9 Oct | King Tuts, Glasgow

10 Oct | The Mash House, Edinburgh

11 Oct | Think Tank Underground, Newcastle

13 Oct | YES (Pink Room), Manchester

14 Oct | Record Junkee, Sheffield

29 Oct | The Georgian Theatre, Stockton

30 Oct | Dark Arts, Leeds

31 Oct | Lancaster Library (day show), Lancaster